February 1, 2007
Tarlton Library to Hold Conference on Teaching Legal Research
Technology is changing legal instruction, and particularly legal research as we know it. Here is information about an related event to be held later this year at the University of Texas. I'll be there with any luck.
In October 2007, the Tarlton Law Library will host a conference that will explore the teaching of legal research in today’s information environment. Teaching the Teachers: Effective Instruction in Legal Research will focus on the best methods and practices for teaching legal research to today’s generation of law students. Conference faculty represent excellence in teaching and communication and come from the judiciary, the practicing bar, and the legal academy. The conference responds to and will further the National Conference of Bar Examiners’ initiative to develop a stand-alone component of the bar exam focusing on legal research methods and skills.
The conference will be held October 18-20, 2007 in Austin at the Tarlton Law Library and Jamail Center for Legal Research at the University of Texas. More information and registration details are available at http://tarlton.law.utexas.edu/ttt/.
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